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Tips And Tricks For Moving Faster And Easier – Forbes Advisor

Moving is a stressful process. Along with packing your belongings and hiring a mover, there's the added stress of worrying whether your items will get damaged in transit. Although moving to a new home

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Breast Cancer: Updates & Progress in A Pandemic-Info and Resources

The special shares moving stories of breast cancer survivors who took on the odds, confronted daunting obstacles and want to motivate others to do the same.

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Murder suspect arrested after exchanging gunfire with New Rochelle Police in Brooklyn

A suspect, wanted in connection to a murder in New Rochelle, was arrested after exchanging gunfire with officers in Brooklyn Sunday.

Bill Clinton released from UC Irvine Medical Center after treatment for blood infection

Bill Clinton was released Sunday from the Southern California hospital where he had been treated for an infection.

Man Dies in Hit-And-Run Crash on Long Island Expressway

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That Was Easy! Your Checklist for Moving - This Old House

Cut out some of the hassle of moving with these tips

Fresh Off NYFF, ‘Bergman Island' Leads Festival Pack Into Cinemas

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COVID News: FDA panel uncertain about mixing and matching vaccines

Janai Norman reports that some of the nation's largest police departments, vaccine mandates loom as COVID cases drop.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks raise money, awareness across the Tri-State

Thousands of people across the Tri-State area joined together Sunday to help put an end to breast cancer.

Long Island street renamed 'Great Gatsby Way'

There was a celebration of F. Scott Fitzgerald's most celebrated novel in the Long Island neighborhood where he lived for two years as he wrote 'The Great Gatsby.'

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Wake held for New Jersey woman allegedly killed by fleeing phone thief

A wake was held Sunday for the New Jersey woman killed after a robbery suspect pushed her in Times Square.

Video shows moments leading up to, following deadly stabbing of food delivery worker in Manhattan

Video released by police shows the moments leading up to and following the deadly stabbing of a food delivery worker in Manhattan Saturday.

AccuWeather: Cool and gusty

It will be cool and gusty to start the week.

Gabby Petito Foundation holds first fundraiser on Long Island; over $13K raised

Long Island native Gabby Petito's family is hoping to turn their personal tragedy into a positive for others.

Body in Ocean Off NJ Identified as Man Missing for 4 Days

<p>Las autoridades en el Condado Grimes llevan a cabo la búsqueda del menor.</p>

Bitcoin-Mining Power Plant Raises Ire of Environmentalists

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What Is the Build Back Better Act – and What Will New Yorkers Get Out Of It?

<p>U.S. President Joe Biden responds to a question from a reporter after speaking about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccines and booster shots in the State Dining Room at the White H

9 Things to Do Near the High Line

Things to do near the High Line.   We already know that the High Line is one more reason to love New York. Beginning at Gansevoort Street and extending to West 30th Street, this elevated park revita

7 Ways to Score Broadway Tickets

Ways to buy Broadway tickets    Over the years, I’ve purchased Broadway tickets from more than one source, but I usually try to avoid is Ticketmaster and Telecharge. (I’m not a fan of the webs

What You’ll Pay for Parking in New York City

Cost of parking in NYC   Do you own a car and live in NYC? Or, are you considering traveling to New York by car? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, I’d say that you’re a bra

Best Craft Beer Bars in New York City

  Best Craft Beer Bars in NYC The craft beer game in New York City is a competitive one. Beer enthusiasts can rejoice at the bevy of bars offering the finest, tastiest, and rarest brews from around

6 Unique Hotels in New York City

Unique Hotels in NYC   Accommodating more than 50 million visitors each year (yes, really), NYC is teeming with hotels for tourists to choose from. As one would expect, a New York City hotel can be

Can You Afford to Live in New York City?

Can You Afford to Live in NYC?   If you dream of living in New York, this blog post is for you. Naturally, the affordability question comes up often (like in every conversation) when people talk abo

Essentials Every Fashionista Should Pack for a Trip to NYC

What a fashionista should pack for a trip to NYC   New York and fashion go hand in hand––the city is, after all, one of the world’s style capitals. As much as you’d like to wear all of your

8 Things To Know Before Visiting New York

Things to know before visiting New York   New York is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Whether you can’t wait to see the Statue of Liberty, get lost in Central Park, or ta

Visiting Little Island? Here’s What To Know Before You Go

Visiting Little Island? Here’s What to Know Before You Go   After its grand opening on May 21, 2021, the hit of the summer in New York City just might be Little Island. This stunning man-made park

Weekend Getaway: 35 Incredible Road Trips from NYC

Escape the city for a weekend when you venture on any of these road trips from NYC.   One advantage of living in New York City is the bevy of options we have for weekend getaways. New York is situat

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John Brown: The Abolitionist and his Legacy

Planned by the Gilder Lehrman Institute in collaboration with the New-York Historical Society. October 16, 2009 marks the 150th anniversary of John Brown's doomed raid on the federal arsenal at Harp

FDR’s Brain Trust and the Beginning of the New Deal

In his search for a new national message during the 1932 presidential primary, FDR gathered around him a number of political, economic and legal scholars. The core of this group were Columbia Uni

Ariadne: The Great American Nude

John Vanderlyn was among the first American painters to spend significant time studying in Paris, and while abroad around 1812 he created his masterpiece, "Ariadne Asleep on the Island of Naxos" (Pe

A Portrait of the City

A group of 22 paintings and two small sculptures will offer visitors a chronological journey through highlights of the New-York Historical Society's rich collection of New York views, including hist

Grateful Dead: Now Playing at the New-York Historical Society

In March 2010, the New-York Historical Society will present the first large-scale exhibition of materials from the Grateful Dead Archive. Drawn almost exclusively from the Archive housed at the Un

A New York Hanukkah

Hanukkah lamps, or Hannukiot, are candelabra characterized by nine candle branches and used in the ritual candle-lighting associated with the celebration of Hanukkah, the festival that commemorates

Breakthrough: The Dramatic Story of the Discovery of Insulin

Recalling the desperate fight for life that used to be waged by juvenile diabetes patients, and commemorating the events of 1921 that inaugurated a new era of hope for them and their families, the N

Dutch New York Between East and West: The World of Margrieta van Varick (Bard Graduate Center)

Timed to coincide with the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson's sail into the New York bay, The World of Margrieta van Varick explores the life and times of a fascinating woman, her family and posse

New York Divided: Slavery and the Civil War

New York Divided: Slavery and the Civil War is the final exhibition in the New-York Historical Society's groundbreaking series on slavery and its impact on the people, landscape, institutions and ec


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